It’s been a while since I last talked about the Citrix SDK’s and the nuget package system so I ran out to the nuget site to check some of the download numbers and saw that the combined total downloads for the Citrix SDK’s in the system is 1100+ and climbing. Thanks to the developers that have downloaded the packages so far and we are working on getting some more into the nuget system. This makes its easier for you to get SDK binaries quickly, without leaving the Visual Studio.
We are still interested in hearing about what you building with the Citrix SDK’s!
Nuget has become a great and efficient way for developers to get free libraries injected right into their .NET project without leaving the Visual Studio environment. Since its release, the NuGet package system is certainly gaining steam, currently there are currently 2940 .NET packages and growing in NuGet, all available from right within Visual Studio, including 5 Citrix SDK’s.
So with the 1100+ SDK downloads, we are interested! What are you building with our SDK’s? Share what you are building with the SDK’s, even if its an internal app and we’ll put it up on SDK central. Ping me on twitter, @johnmcbride or send me an email and we will showcase it on our SDK central site!
For more information on the NuGet/Citrix Packages see in the “Important Information” link below along with the Video tutorial.
As always, send me your feedback. Share what you’re doing with us and lets help build the SDK community! You can ping me on twitter @johnmcbride or you can email me at john dot mcbride at citrix dot com and let me know!
One last thing, take the quick polls below and give us some feedback on the Citrix SDK’s and NuGet!
Citrix SDK’s/NuGet Video Tutorial
Quick video tutorial showing how to the use this NuGet to download some of the Citrix SDK’s
For more information on NuGet you can check out the following resources